The Smithsonian Women's History Act will establish a museum dedicated solely to women. Texas A&M historians discuss which American women they think should be recognized.
Four Texas A&M leaders discussed their experiences as part of a Student Government Association "Maroon Table Talk."
A Texas A&M literary historian says chivalry has been a liberating force since ancient times.
The demands of their jobs make it difficult for athletes, coaches and staff to balance work and family life, Texas A&M research shows.
Professor Albert Broussard introduced the first Black history courses at Texas A&M when he joined the faculty in 1985.
The program, which launched at Texas A&M in 2004, aims to educate more students from all backgrounds about the history and contributions of people of African descent.
On Thursday's episode of "Around Texas With Chancellor John Sharp," Texas A&M Bush School professor Jim Olson will discuss the three decades he spent as an international spy.
Preserving such artifacts help to tell accurate stories behind historical events, officials say.
The event featured original drawings, paintings and poetry by Texas A&M undergraduate and graduate students.
Texas A&M professor Albert Broussard explains the history and importance of Black History Month and what it represents for the Black community.